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Santee Cooper

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Santee Cooper, also known officially from the 1930s as the South Carolina Public Service Authority, is South Carolina's state-owned electric and water utility that came into being during the New Deal as both a rural electrification and public works project that created two lakes and cleared large tracts of land while building hydro-electric dams and power plants Its headquarters are located in Moncks Corner, South Carolina

As one of the largest power providers in South Carolina, Santee Cooper directly serves more than 165,000 residential and commercial customers in Berkeley, Georgetown, and Horry counties With a diverse fuel and energy supply of coal, nuclear, oil, gas, hydro and some renewable energy, Santee Cooper supplies power to the cities of Bamberg and Georgetown, 30 large industrial customers, and Charleston Air Force Base Santee Cooper generates the power distributed by some of South Carolina's electric cooperatives

A board of directors appointed by the governor and approved by the state Senate governs Santee Cooper A board member represents each congressional district and each of the three counties where Santee Cooper serves retail customers directly; one board member has previous electric cooperative experience; and the chairman is appointed at-large

Santee Cooper Lakesedit

The Santee Cooper Power and Navigation Project, constructed in 1939, improved navigation on and provided hydroelectric power from the Santee and Cooper rivers in South Carolina With the creation of Lake Marion and Lake Moultrie, the project was intended to improve the health, recreation, and economy of the area At the time, the Santee Cooper Project was the largest land-clearing project in US history, with over 12,500 workers clearing over 177,000 acres 720 km2 of swamp and forestland 42 miles 68 km of dams and dikes were constructed, including a 26-mile 42 km, 78-foot 24 m tall earthen dike The Pinopolis Dam included the hydroelectric station and navigation lock, the highest single-lift lock in the world A 3,400-foot 1,000 m spillway was built to control floodwaters, with 62 gates allowing overflow of excess water In completing the largest earth-moving project in the nation's history, 42,000,000 cubic yards 32,000,000 m3 of earth were moved and 31 million cubic yards of concrete were poured

The $482 million project 55 percent federal loan, 45 percent federal grant first generated electricity on February 17, 1942 As transmission lines were built, power flowed to customers in Berkeley, Georgetown and Horry counties, and ultimately to electric cooperatives serving customers in 46 counties

Biomass plantedit

A biomass plant to generate electricity for Santee Cooper will open in Newberry County, South Carolina in 20111


  1. ^ "Rollcast Energy to build SC biomass facility" Charlotte Business Journal 2008-10-15 Retrieved 2011-04-05 
  • "Santee Cooper Project", Clemson University Libraries, 2001
  • "History of Santee Cooper" Santee Cooper, 2015
  • "History of Santee Cooper" Santee Cooper Kids, 2003

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